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For h row! incrsehaiim,gotoH. Meyers', tf
Ocnlury Tobacco nl cpst, nt'II. Meyers'. If
AV. 12. Garrett's celebrated Scotch Siiull'cun
bo bought at $1 ft 00 per bbx,nl IlJiMoyors'. tf
("Now iti tho tlmo, until .Tnmiury tho first,
to buy your smoking tobacco at half price,
nt II. Movers', tf
Las t night, between the theatre mid G. 'It,
Williamson's residence, n revolving breast-
lllll. Tim fln.Inr will l.n llWnllv rnu-nr.lo.1
by lunvinfr it nt tho store VfW. I).' AVillimn
on or at this olllde.
Thu tax, booh in. now in.nijvhamU' and I
shall immediately proceed to the collection
of tho taxes charged therein. For that pur
pose I hlmll attend at my oillco in tho court
.hryuo;from half past B o'clock, n.m? until I
o'clock, p.m., each day. I.. 11. Myi:us,
Charles, Monduv, tho 'JHth inst.r
.1 1' Vanv, Cinrltitinli,
V.W Klltcn, Cincinnati,
(I W lliiknrntid uln,. ('In .
i ll jimWi
ildCitl, VII letnclynii,(t( bonis,
W.S Parker, Pitlsbitrir,
.1 V i:ffr MfinfiliiH,
.1 II Jones, Nn,
A I .IN', unio, .
.1 Monroe, CtMulesInn,
Win JH-Pffnnl, DiiKltiM'l,
C IluuJt, Oiimliu,
.1 N Hill nnd ludy, Inw.i,
V Mnre, NewOtltntis,
o n Ciiiiiifin, Memphis,
It WN(irttirfl..V lii.ly, 0.
It Homer, Kentucky,
J (Jo.x. Mobile.
OA Alexander, Now Ylk, H It .JulitiKm. Ohlenint.
ii jihriov .v wjir, n loui,
r.rumniHn.Shelbyillle. .1 P Kilairor:ild,.Ht bonis,
AMM'nnnriit, Katikke, II I oritur, Kmik.ikco,
lolin Dmihiiui, " Pllrndy,
Wo wondored greatly why Phillips, of tho
ilrm of Parker fc Phillip, should bo concerned
nbout the Izo of our families, bnth. Civillv
answering his iiupiiries, ho piled upon our
tnblo a dozen flue quails, fat birds, scarcely yet
cold-blooded, nnd thus oxplaincd his scorning
curiosity. Of such, you, reader, may supply
yourself at their commission house. They tell
game, produco and tho best kinil of butter, and
many other things that no faintly can do with
They have our beet Fnlaam for their thought
ful ministration to our quail appetite, which,
nbout this time, is whetted to an exceeding
LOCALITIES IX II II IKK.
Tho public choil will commence iu second
term next Moirtlhy morning.'
Two two-horse tout is ran oil' with their re
ipftotlvo wagons yesterday evening, and crc
utod n troini'ndoii.s clatter. One of them, n
i otmtry totim, was nt full peed when keen
beyond tho corporation,
'Mine host," of u very reputablo hotel, iiii-
ilortookj yoiUirday evening, to correct his
colored teamster for cruelty to animals. lie
run tho dusky brother the length of a Mpiaro
r more, and then hurled u bludgeon
took ctlect in his biHi. Jso blood broken or
Tho editorial romm of tho 'Jlulletin' aro
ovor Jlarcl.ny's dru store, Ohio levee.
Tho ice, in diminished quantities, contin
ues to iour out of the Ohio.
TJig amount contributed, lint night, for the
benefit of littlo Dinkerloekor, win .!& r.n,
tonlitlng of two hundred and twenty-nlnu
jiioics of fractional currency.
Why Is tho ordinnnec :i;alnt mounting
tho cars whllo passing through tho.clty not
enforced? Somebody will bo ground to
snince-mwit before long.
Tho ltough & Heady ball, in School' hall,
K new yenr'k ovo will bo a plendid mlair.
Ample jirupnrations for two hundred guest.s
nro ling umdo. Olurk's. flno band will fur
nWh the miicic
Tho billiard mutch at thu Deliuonico thin
evening, will attract n largo crowd of speeta-
IIihIiiiim in the oily U gMl for the sea , on.
Holliday Goods go oil' "llkohot Mikes," made
from Standing's ooru llour.
a.ssos i o irj t tins "iTi.i:ct,
The fiillowini; Hro tin' officers oleet of tho
ditfercnl iiiMioiic lxxliui, in tho city, for tho
Cairo l.oili;, , ,o. :i;i7.
Alox. II. Irvlu, W.M.J
I). S. Parker, S. W.;
II. .1. linker. Jr., .1. W.:
0. JlHiuiey. 'I rousurer;
OlUtf. Fornist, Swrotarv;
Win. Kh lioir, S. 0.;
F. Thoobohl, .1. D.i
I.. W. ItarW. S, S.;
Henry lcb..tr, .J.S.j "
John .MeHwen, Tyler.
Orltit I.iiiixt-, An. .HIH,
.1. M. Munn, W. M.;
L. .M.Jiunning, ri. W.:
K. P. lliirllngham, .1. W.j
Goorge Kisher, Tronsuror;
lowott Wihi'X, ry rutary;
J. O. I). ThIkt. S. li.j
N'ieh. Cantwoll, .1. 1).;
P. Pierce, Tyler.
Cairo (Uiupltr, rVn. 7 I.
.MI. I.ufkin. II. P.,
Alox. II, lrviii, King;
Jamw .lohniou, Kcrilm;
Louis .lorgeoKiii, 0. II.; -.lohn
P. Iluly, It. A, (J.j
T. II. Plillllps, P. S.;
Charbn Yugor, M. .1ft V.t ,
' .Jttwctt Wilcox, M. 2d V.;
F. IfoMiiifyor, M. M V.;
F. Ylnewnt, Treuuirer;
M. Ii. Dunning, Secretary;
John Ouinmlngii, Tyler. " ' '
Cairo Council, No.
.Moses TVs, T. I.;
P. W. Ilurelay, D. T. I.;
Jowett Wiloox, P. O.j
O. llaiuioy, Troftsuror;
M. L. Dunning, Heeordor;
T. 11. PhillipS, O. 0.
i : I'
Culro Coiiininiiiti-ry, Nn.
C 11. Toole, j:. U.;
l. 'W: Trover, GeiV. "
.lames .loliiiKiin, 0. (i.;
H. AVardner, Prelate;
P. JI. Pojw, S. Y.,
.1. It. Fulton. .1. W.i
('. lluuiiev, Troasurer;
Alex. ll..irvln;. Reorder- X
AS'. S. U-ino, K. U,i .. -
i.ntt. Viin, h. JJ.i s.
.1. 0. l.unjn, "Wnrder;
.lohn Oummlngi, 0, G,
A lf;rph U t'oinS thcraimiKtp fluVoll
Ihstjij littlo f;iil iu Now Hnvon, Conriyrecdnt
Jy reclteil I4i -verse of thu bible. . .
A littlo 0lrt) girl, named Sarah Hiigboy,'
recltijtl' in hor clows ht sabbath Kchool'' anTi'ven
(,'!' tuiisQHd ww, without thu omh-sioii of it'
THE EXHIBITION LAST NIGHT.
ANOTHER SmiNDIl) 12NTKKTAIXMENT
KXIIIlltTlOX NEXT WKIl.VMlAY MIOIIT.
Orphan Any) lint lleneflt.
Thoso who wcro not "thcro tosec," will, most
probably accuse us ot nn unduo enthusiasm in
our estlniHlo of our public school exhibitions,
but our numerous adjectives in tho superlative
degree hrivo been nutlioriked bv thu ehnraeter I
of thocntcrlnlmnent, as'ono thousand citizens
L.rfVJ til 1 r..n.. ... .tr.. A...1..1.1
- wn r.vfn...i r, ..,i.ii.m.;. ... ,,,m,rn,,l
and possibly unsurpassable, wo aro constrained
to cay that that of last night was thu best and
As wo gave place to the progrutnmo entire
in yesterday's edition, mentioning tho names
of all tho participant, therein little call for its
Tho house, as upon Saturday evening, win
filled to overflowing, although a heavy rain
had prevailed ever since (unset.
The "greeting Ming" was well sung many
of the young ladios who joined in it having
very sweet ami wen cuitivateu voices, ii
was objected, however, that there was an air
of too much solemnity in its execution. "Wo
shall not get ourselves Into sixty-llveipiurrcls
by saying that tec raised th! 'eetion. Wo
did not Or wo wore nbsorlwn the Kinging
and thought of nothing else.
"Mav Sports' by live very pretty little
girls, very appropriately dressed, pleased
everybody. And "Wishing," by nlno littlo
boys and girls, was very cngnging nlo.
"How to get rid of a liore" excited mncli
laughter, particularly among tho youngsters.
"Subdued by ICiiidnws" taught a moral
lessun that may not huvo been wasted upon
tho audience. It was very happily enforced.
".Master Michael llowjey, delivered "6ata
lineV Dcllaiieo'' in a tylo that called out
Thu three littlo girls rbo indulge! in sev
eral rounds of contradiction, were in natural
as could bo, and thoy disputed with a vim
and vehemence that caused an inquiry us to
whether they wcro not, In reality, relnlirc.i.
Mrs. Partington's Tea Party was ono of
tho best things on tho programme. Thcquer-
relous old lady was porsonatcd in first rate
style, and when sho un'nonnced horsolf iu n
"diploma," such was her comical seeming
that "down camo tho hotuo.'' Kvorj char-
nctcr was splendidly sustained. In this elec-
tion mbs Ida Howell and not Ida Hnrroll.
boro a prominent part. Ve mention this
that hurried jiroof-retiding may not rob miss
Howell of tho credit die so felicitously earned.
Tho Court Seeno from tho "Merchant of
Vonico" won repented with same characters
and samo result in on Saturday night.
"Kight O'clock'1 by two tiny germs of
womanhood, was so well dono that tho audi
ence thundered a rapturous mcorc. This
dlaloguo nnd protost.for such i Its character,
should bo repeated at tho Orphan Asylum's
"Doubting Heart" was pleinanlly recited
by pretty and bright llttlu mlssl.j' M WM
"(Jood and Hnd" by two boys of about tho
Nine littlo girls, arranged iu finery of al
most ethereal texture, bespangled with gold,
and crimson cloth, and flowers, gavo us a spir
ited representation or tho "Knchantcd Prin
cess." As a spectacular scene, this was real
Tho "Six-year-old Protest" was recited by
a littlo suven-year old girl, in a stylo so naive,
so bewitching, that tho nudfenco clamored
f.r and secured a repetition.
"Sparticu to tho llndlator" a "Komnn
I phllliplo wan delivered with groat vigor
j power nnd etl'eetlveness by n young gentle
man connected with tho high school. This
was only equaled during tho evening by a
recitation entitled "Tho Fireman" usplendid
and deserved eulogy upon that noblo class of
"Hob and Nob" lot nothing of its fun-ex-clting
qualities by its repetition hint night.
Tlio applause was immoiihc.
"Tho Tomb Scene," from Homoo and Juliet,
was pronounced a splendid tableau; ns was
tho "Angels of lluena Vista." Until com
manded an imcorr.
A very little master, very ajitly dressed ns
an Indian youth, recited "Hiawatha's Hunt
ing" utidorstaiidlngly and well.
"Johnny Shrimps on AmuccmeiiU," a rec
itation full of funny passage, was hoartily
laughed at. a- much because of its capital
delivery as it own humor.
Thu little comedy called tho "Greatest
Plague of Life " excited considerable merri
ment, a did the "Itival Poets."
Kverylnidy has read "Widow lledott," and
has, therefore, an idea of the enjoyment af
forded by a natural rendition of tho old lady's
mistake iu her matrimonial confab with Tim
Crane. Tho widow was very exactly porson-
"Courtship under Difilcultles," wits a good
thing, full of fun, and was presented in a
very telling manner,
"Tho Beautiful Snow" was given now beau
ties by tlio stylo of its recitation. Kverv
word fell like pearl from tho lijisof tho young
limy 10 wiiom it was alloted. Her soft, yet
ujH,.,riflv'l!,).t volvv added charms to her al
ready chariiiinjs'Mileetion, that wcro enjoyed
by tho diilleitiind prosiest listener in tho en
And lait, tliough.hynoineans'worst, "Who
Killed Tom Iloper'" was recited by littlo
Dinkerlocker,'in his pert and inlmltablft way,
to tho keeiMUijoypiont pJflXory(body present.
After the riiror'r bad boon answered, it was
Hindu known that tho family of which tho
littlo boy was a member was in indigent cir
cumstances, nmljhis was j followed by tho
suggestion that n dime contribution would
atrord great relief and bo charity well bo
stowed. Hats uuru circulated tho audi
uuoo i.ceiued to oteem ft a pleasure
to respond. Dimes, quarters, half
dollars and oven bank bills were contributed
so that when the littlo fellow wuf. asked to
hold his hat to recolvo tho total, a full half
gtilloti tirrraflional currency had been col-lecti-d.
'Ho win over-Joyed, had never seen
so much money, and three time-, while it
came by hands-full into bis hat, ho told mr.
1 who presented it, "there, that's enough!"
seeming to regard thu wiiolo amount moro
monoy thnn ho know what, to do with ; which
no doubt, It rcnlly was.
Aftor n tnblcnu, very nrtlitlo Hi. point of
design and arrangement, closed tho night'
entertaining , . , , , .
A BLOODY AFFAIR.
A KATAI. MlSAPFttKIIKNSIOK.
Many of our citizens will bo nblo to call to
mind a young man named James Jiemisn,
who nerved for sovcrnl months as clerk In
thu drug ftoro of Messrs. llarclay Urolhors.
Leaving this city hu obtained employment
,, Witll niOSSril. blllitll tV 'J.II01IUIS, (irtlgglSlS,
Howling Grew., Ky. About two week ago
an nltercation uros.6 bolweoii him and uir.
Thomiu that assumed n seriotls aspect for
tho time, but led to no imniediato result.
Hcmiss left thu btoro, and after Consulting
with friends concluded to throw up his situa
tion. In tho meantime, mr. Thomas had dis
covered that tho quarrel had arisoti from a
misapprehension of facts, and expressed to
his partner a disposition to effect a reconcil
iation. .Mr. Hcmiss, In pursuaiico of his de
termination to leave his position, returned to
tho storo for tho purpose of delivering up tho
key. Ho found mesirs. Smith nnd Thomas
in company, and after thu passage of n fow
words, !n;erted his hands In his pockets to
obtain tho key. Smith, misconstruing his
purpose, instantly drew his revolver nnd
commenced firing, llemlss, not averse, iu
his then existing frame of mind, for such an
cncoiinlot, drew also nnd returned the fire,
placing two or moro of tho five balls dis
charged by him, into tho body of his assail
ant, inflicting wounds from which lio died
next morning. Smith fired four shots, ono
f f the balls terribly crushing Uoiniss' elbow,
rendering amputation unavoidable.
Tho nll'alr Is n most lamentnblo one, but no
more so thnn others that aro occurring nl
most every day, as tho legitimate conscquenco
of carrying deadly wcajions,
tiii: oitrn.. asvixji.
At tho close of tho exhibition last night, Mr.
K. 1. liurlingliam, superintendent of thu pul-
lie school, appeared boforo tho curtnin and nn-
nounccd that ho hnd been importuned to give
third exhibition for tho benefit of tho Orphan's
-Asylum, lio tlid not reel disposed to ussumo
'ho responsibility of answering inch u roquet,
nIl thereupon named messrs. 1). Ilurd, S. P.
"Whcclcr, II. W. Wobb nnd-M. II. Harrcll as n
committee, to decido tho matter. A vote of
'ho audience was taken, and it was decided
unanimously that a third exhibition should bo
given. unless otticrwiso determined, tho
"benefit" will bo given to-morrow evening.
Helens KS'iulrc ftwnnurs?, 1. M,J
Tho police busbies, to-dny consisted of four
cafes beforo 'Squlro Shannessy. Two of theso
wcro against a ncrjro named "William Hollins
ono for cruelty to animals, nnd tho other for
using abusive language. Ho wns fined $15
and costs. Palling to como forward with tho
ducat;, ho was sent up for ZH days.
Tho other cases wcro against two young men
charged with vagabondism. Theso weto dis
missed. Uarton, of tho Carbondalo Kcw Era' and
Summers of tho Columbus 'Dispatch,' wcro in
town hist night. An efficient polico force pre
served order, however.
I'orl I.Ut for (lut Ywciity-roiir Hour K tid
ing nt Two o'clock, 1'. M.
(!n. Aiidi rni. (.'oliuntai.
(Si'ii. Anloron, Oolmn.i Olendale.rH. Louis.
A steady, and, at times heavy rain fell from
5 P. 31. yesterday until noarly noon to-day,
and may continue ut intervals until night.
L'nder its iiilluenco.tho mow bus ulmoot en
tirely di-ajipetircd, and tho ito in loth rivers
has very perceptibly thinned out or sunk.
Wo would not bo surprised if navigation Is
spet'dily resumed to St. Louts, but thorn In u
strong possibility of another cold spell almost
immediately, as tho wind Is changing towards
north and tho mercury gradually sinking as
wo write. Tho change may not bo sutllclent
however to undo the ell'ect of tho rain.
Tlio .Mississippi is fulling at St. Louis, and
ii channel depth of flvo mid n half feet is re
ported to Cairo.
Tho Ohio is rising .lowly at Iiubville with
C fuet 7 inches water Iu the canal, two feet k'M
In tho chuto over the falla and threo feet less
over tho rocks. It it stationary nt Pittsburg
with over livo feet in tho channel, nnd u driz
ling rain which' premises to bo general will
probably causo ii rise, aud gonorul resumption
or navigation. Several boatH left Pittsburg for
pointH below on Sunday'last.'
Hero the river has fallen throo Inches since
last report but now appears about stationary.
llusinoss camo to an almost entlro stand s'till
yesterday and to-day, ns no bouU arrived or
departed to dispatch any business of conso
quence. ThoOlendalo has probably departed for St.
Louis, as sho was preparing to do fo ns wo
Tho (Sen. Anderson failed to mako connect
ions wilh tho T. C.lt 15.,, yws'fcrday ovening,'
and did not arrive until 0 p.m., on" account of
tho heavy ice, Sim will tnot cxporlonco so
much difficulty to-day. ' "
Tho Mohawk and barge U looked for .this
evening from Evan's Landing, whero sho has
Wen laid up since she was uground at Hat Is
land. A bargo containing kovcii hundred tons
flour and assorted freight for New Orleans, has
been loaded hero several days awaiting hor nr.
Tho steamer St. Nicholas sunk in Jted
rh'c'r last "Wednesday, by striking u diun iieiir
Alexandria. No lives woro lost and tho bout
may be raised.
The i stern-wheel steamer Empire, bound
from ewOrlcilts'tonoTlvil)o' was sunk on
V riday hist below Natchez, whllo lying at
shore. Sho was alo "under a blulf bank
which suddenly cavid in mid sunk hor. It
Is thought tho boat .call bo raixol, but tho
cargo being principally mignr and groceries,
, , f,r Kvi't y J)iu crljitlon,
Printol nljtho oillco tt tho Cairo llullctiu.'
jgimiAoii & kmmS?
Stall No. 7 In Market House, ,
Kri'eonitnntly on linnd nit kinds of Krfuli' MoKl,
Mntteiiuc fresh nnil smukcil; lliunt nnd Ilrcnkfest I)n
con, wlilcli tlicy will rctnlt nt wholcsalo jirlces.,
unicoef tlio Southwestern Iiminince Co., i
Cairo, 111., December M. 1S(
Tlioniinuiiltilpvtlait oftlin StocUlnilJois of this coin-
ii.iiiv, for tin election of Thirteen Directors, to servo
for (liDPiisiiltiir venr. will be held ntthn oillco of thu
eotnimuy, InCiilrii, uu Monday, January "lllii A. D.
1K.H f...tii fl .v..li.nb- n tn n tt (I f r..l .v.. I - ..... ..f.nl.l
( I. IV
jam ia s. it i:a h dkn, Heo'y-
LOST-A small koM elmln. Tho dialer will bu,llbu
rally rmrnrded by leaving It with
UPC'iimil , WAIlU.M'Ilt.
TJIOIt SAI.K Ore.iOmnf.'f for Ileal l'slnto, a utoel;
! efrencly-niniloclothlnxiind flirnichiiiK goods, In
liist rule enuilllion nnd nl n wty lotr iirlee.
Addrc.1 (Mxl200. ileo2nd2t
HAI.H-Clty SeriiinndCuimtv Ordersl
POH SAI.i: Sl&.oiXICAiro tlly llohds."
ITIOIt .SAl.K-llillsofl.iidiiis, nt lllb othcinrr tho
SAI.K-I.ocal ISIflnliS. nt the oCU-e of the
WANTKO-tAIIIO fITV I'ltOl'KltTr.- I Will
I'Xchmitfi' n eooil l'urui In (Inll.ititi i-mnilr furi ilv
lots; iil-o ii farm In Kninkllu county.
WANTHD-l lvo tl.oil.aiid dftllitr.- Oilro Uilv C.ux
Mock Kiuiulreofrily .Natlmud IUiiU. iciw i
rA.N'TIlI Atlliwotlioenf tlx. Oiirn llnllctin,
merelriuLi liouitut Hill Heads, Hills of Lading
nnd I'oslors printed.
TKU-SuUrrilxTit for the 1 Lilly and wi-oklv
ll.lll. lL.ll.. T ..... r.. ....In. . .1...,.,..
"ItfASTKl' -Paying advertiser to ndveniso
YV tho Cnlnt Ilullelln.
Otllcoef the Valley Inturaucn CJoiiif.tMiy.
Calm, Illiuol,Do(.'!ntr vi, lies.
Notion is hereby Klvrn tlut the anniwl election for
'thirteen liiroetom of the Valler Insnrunee Coiiiimiiv
... L ,7,V.viVi;l,10.1 ' m.V,Vi':. Vr.''',.",i?'
..... .......... ... - . .
' . , .i r.. v"' "" 1. 'it Zr.
l-V.7lll II. ji. iva..ii,i, rt ) . I
Y7-KITIN0 SCHOOL. "
J. W. MeOuro will coinuieiK-clils cluslii
WitiTINt; AM) IIOOK-KKHPINt;
In thulnvinentof thoCutliolln rtinrrh. oiiTussdnv,
tho mill luM.?nt o'clock. Tlierla.niii Hook-kerpln
will Ixt from U to Klii.in. TVnn rea.onnMe.
The I.niutnu Uiinrlrly Hcvleu,
The Killuliursh Itrvlrtv,
The XVrst iiiliislrr llevlrsr,
lilackss ood'a Ktlliiliur((ls 3Ingnilnr.
Tliu rrriliVi of the IvndiiiK (uarlrlH' ruiil lllao).
hdchI uru nuts lndisiaaiutlu to all who desirii to kren
Ihein-flifs fullv Inforiiifd Willi reenrd tu Class. i:rrt
siilgt'ts if lliHday, it.- tlrTl ly lh lvslsrli(4araid
soimlft tliinkfin In ureal llnulu. The ronliitiiiors
to thn iAkc of lln'so lU vicws are men who aund at
mo iirwi ii inn nti ui r.ncnsn Tiir on rs'triio, iwi
llinluu. ArL aud (ivliirkl LltrriUurr. nnd ttliilsrrr is
wormy oi mseussion nnui niicjiuon inllio lusher
lliv IUiiIi'k nnd IllwkuiMal Tlivnrlrty issoirre.tt
win iiii rnuM'viuor enn tan u ii rAinimi.
Tiiese perIixIn.aU are limited with thorough tVI lit v
to the Kuiclis.li ropy, anil are otrcrrtl at nr s wh Ji
iilncs thnn wlth.nrsudi of all.
TKItMH VOll 1H0O.
I'nr any onoof tin. Kevlvns .1 I ) fr nnnuin.
Kor any two t f the Itevii" 7 ou
Kornny thr's' nf lh Itf ifw in is)
Kor all four ufiliolliTisu... liuo "
Par lllivkwoo-l's MuKAilne ... 4 oi "
Knr lllwikwood and one Kevlrw.. 7 CI "
l'ur HUickwoud nnd any two of tliu
HSTlfW. .. 10 (sJ
Kor IlUrkwacI und threo ot th
Hevj.. 13 oo
Kor IIUckutHid nnd the four He-
Views 15 00 '
A discmint nf twenty r '-nt. will U, allowiNl to
(lull of four or mors- jrson. Thus, fonr um nf
IIUkUwoimI, or ofunu Uvlrw, will l srnttoonr ivl
dress for fit mi.
oiiM rs should prejmy by tho quarter, nt the nf
f ilslivery. T'is PotuK tsi any inrt of llie t'mteil
ilsTMoCcutannuintHT, This rate only np-
flc of ilr
i. lies to rurrrnt uicriitioiis. t or l i; tuitniwrs
th'i Kliic is dotlMr.
PllKMIUMS TO NEW HUllSCUIIIIiltN.
Nw SiilixrilA-rs loanv two nf tins alne iH-rioliPaU
for lS'i'J will lie Mititlid to reeolvp. cratis, an) one of
the Kour Uevn-wa for ISM. NewSnlw. ril rs in nil tlio
of the Periodicals for ls' may rwe.vi', pralis
wood or nuy two of the Kour lleviews for I h'x.
HiilswrilfrsiiiaY. Iivaimlvimr estrir. nlituin hack sets
of tint ltevtew from January, IS'w, to Deeeuilxir. 1 cA,
and of HlftMjwiHid's Mimaziiio from January, IHO, tu
Inemls-r. UOt, at Imlf tin' eurreut siit ripllon price.
nO'Nolther premiums to Mit.orilers, nor illM'oimt
to C1ub, nnrrediircd prices furlmck nuiiiN'rs, cnu txi
allowed, unless the linuiry Is remitted dlro't to tho
PuUisbers. .No premiums ran lichen Ui Clubs.
THU LEONARD SC01T PUJlLISHINti CO.
I ll) KullnM Slrrrt,.. V.
Th9 I..H. Pl'Il. CO. also publiili tho
1 111: iAic.ui:irs ; in ii:.
Ilv UrnrvHtenheni nf Rdinhurim. nnd the Into J. P.
.Nortun, uf Yule College. 3 ol., ltoal UetliViw Kiis)
p.u--, und numerous eiiuratuiK.
Prli'i. $7 for tin- two viil.. by mail, pi ml paid. 8S.
pUINTING, OF ALL lvlNDS,
At the Onico of tlio Cnlro Jlullptln,
v s'i" !' ? ' '. '
25 IVaHliliision Avriciif.
l(lein PVqt llall,)' r
The Job !i tf itfi'iV irtir OhIXWioU'I!!,' is ono
nf the ir . i I'oinplf to otuVe ill Illiin.if., m.l all the
material being new, jitnl of Jhe li'U'SjLyi1' "' our
Journeyinen piltters boiug mlitou Oftlfilir truib., wo
nru enabled lo dn
IJom tho djilidlt gird, l tlio l.y.in.ljUMi.t. r,t ,
IN A HTVI.U OK lINriUUPAUSKI) UKMlTr,
AtiiUt' I r jr . . T . c.
J'j'ietH Which Hefti Quw)Jl&o,i, , . ,
The ferry.bont epntlndoSJto ply In it trnde,
undunnted by tho yrcjit floltU of b-o it 111
counters In either rivor.' It !- ie duiil.tho
only ferry iu operation, at t' " t'.... , nny
whoro on either river.
Wll A II I'll DAT.'
'CAIItll TIlSNSI'f.H CO.
QIIAS. T. HINDK,
FOKWAKIHN( AND COMMISSION
Through III1U or I.ndliiK Klvrn to oil
Avnllitlilo I'Hiata liyltl OP Water.
iriJ-f-I'KCtAI, ATTENTION TO KyUWAHDINO.
TLA.NTIG ANJJ J1ISSISSIPPL
N T ll A M SHI 1 C 0 .11 V A X Y
coMPJtoMisu mm: stj:ami:hs
3M 33 "VS7" O K. Xa 33 J. 20 JS
y3JZ.j-t Tin: r.ri:iEUi
W. It. AUTItlH ( UtTlilt. Muster,
lit) II 1C. Master,
HUTU P1MIIAM, Malvr,
I'AUIdXK t'AUUOI.I. WMITi:. Mwlrr,
IIlhAIAItCK U.SrillKK.V, Masl?
1, 17. .IK lill.I, ti.NKII., Master,
t.'OMMO.AVKAI.Tll U)NI,V, Muster,
OI.I VK lllt,. II... IMNH". MbsUt,
CO.Tl.KM'AIi..,- UIIKKXOl lill Mast r
ComprisInK all tho tliiclai.Jlarj;t Isiats out of H
One of lln' nls.vo line f steamer tidl leavcCniri
fur New Orleans every otiifr day, ronnevtiny nl New
Orlenn with (V.,.n l.ino nf f-loinep. to
I.lvrrjtool, New Vorls. llostun, anil (Jutvcs
Inf nicer and ?hix!r an rely on uno of the-
louts IratiiiK (Vslro j.iinclually iw nlu. Willjut
liarlit'UUr ntlrntlnn to all Ma) frlbts (s low .Mrin.lu.
Jo .New Urli-otis . t'H A. T. IIINUB,
lleneral Aurnt, Cotro,
Oilier, nn Wbslll.ul. PllUIti Iilldlli
KD. K.8IS.-ON. P.;nKPrtid TWUet A?eui.
Ollk-e. ul rt. l lMrli limci
jypMPHlS ASH ST. LOUIS
Jlliw, LINK 111'
Jmc; S 'V K A m i: H IS.
The followinic II0.1U eoiiiKv tli.a I.uie und will tx
ran 111 tiie follow iog utdur
M. K. KOIlHYTH.....-.;'.i:inl,i:ll, Ma.t. r,
MAH1ILK CITV ...W,NtfAr, Master,
CITY OK Al.TO.V. .T1U'M10N, MasUr,
II K I. Ii K M K 31 V 1 1 J H .( 'IM M'., MmlT,
CITY OK CAIHO,........ MA I.I.N. Master.
l'romnt attention will l- .id to all Mislniws in
triisl'-d to the earn of llms lands.
Kri"lilil and Twkrl tlrtU Ins ompany wlmrfdout, m
fn.nt nf City .Natlonil lUnk.
CIIA.-s. T ItIMM:, flMisral Apant
KU. V. HInsU.V, Tickrl an I PassMiurr Aifs.nl.
-TKMPHIS, WIUTK KIVKIt AND
IV! L1TTLK HOCK
UN1TKI hTATli MAIL MM
JOHN II. DAVIM, Nup'l, Memphis, Tennrsssw
Tho splendid aide-wheel
MAYFLUWKIt, CUMMRKUIAl, ntl
I.fi Meniplu rsrry Tl lUAr, TllUltf HAY an I
hATt'ltlJAY, at on in., for Wlntii llivsr, eonnectlni; nl
thivull'a III11II with Hit M inph.s and I.iltln liovk lUul
road fr l.lttl" IUk nnd Hot .-prints Tune Ircn
Jl mphis lo l.utli, IIik U, 4 hours.
Preijrhts aiid.l'ass.'niters res'i-iptpd over tho ubose
I.tnv at lowrr rnUn lliau any other route.
UiA&. T. IIISIU, Acent, Oilro, III.
Otttau on Wliuf.lxsit.
gT. LOiriS, CAIltO AND VICKS1IU1U1
,4(5251. Tho splendid
s24s?5 l'as.soiip;r Stt'itiucns
IICIIICO.V.... III.AKK, Musts-r,
I. CMISAItY. . I.t'KKIt. MasU-r,
II . .M . S 1 1 II K V K t A HTKH, AlatiUr.
P.ts Cairo uouis uptitreuin Mery ell.NDAy uuil
TI'KDAT, and on down trip eury TlIUItoUAT and
hUNDAV, muklnif close eontnUon with
VlrkslinrK anil Mrriilliui Hullroad,
Nrlnm ami Merlillnii Itnllroad
Sew Orlrans, Jnrkson nnd Rrent ZVnrtlirrn
Throuph rei'oiptis tnvon to n nnd nil poiiita on f tits
Mid rnais, with Piu bi ls for Yuumj liiur.
l-'Kil nttt'iitloii iit li to idl way luisimni botnern
CMto and Vivtoliirtf.
CIlArt.T. IIINUK. Oeneral Agent.
. i)!1h' on Wtiorf.bo.it.
JVANSVILLH AND CAIltO
-fl5 C'onsUtlng of tho following
s4crSsSiI('niIItl I'nsscngcr StcauHTis :
DUriOfCIIKT Mii-ls r VOVI,i:n Oerk
I.enn s CntrnTnllidiTy1 and Thursday at a p.th. -UUICKKTKl,
Hi:XTKIt Masti r liHAHMKIt..; -.Cirri.
Li'MOi Cairo Tuesday uml Krldny btC p.m.
HOWARD Master 1 WHIHHT, - Clsrk.
leaves Cairo Wednesday and c''u.rlay ut i p.m.
Muklmriill Interinedlate laniliiiffs, and pnyinK par-
tlcular attention to Paoket Kreiiriils.
ClIArs. r. HINDK, llenersl Apent,
i Otlieo mi Wli.irf.boat.
711. 1. H A H n A 1 HO
l ...oi.it 111' lllll filllowilltr
Si". V 3VA s'.,
IriiSIis MateriiAiirJ.H .-..'...viptk
I.cssvl ji Cairo oery riinonyiii p.m.
KTIKlNli. siusior j i.usn U(jrlC
1 jumii.. '
IIA1UIN Musts r I WKAVKi;,...
Ijsmvm liiri inery ermay ni i p.m.
lUrSpwii.'ilnUiintiou eiwn o vtuy budluesd iKitwoeii
Cufrn and Nitshi'dlo. , ,
OUAS.T. HINDK, ticnrral Afient.
ilexs'Jl 08Jtf onico on Wlinrilwat.